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St Peter’s Chapel, a uniquely spiritual place that is the focus for people all over the world.
Here you can learn about the Chapel. At present the Chapel is only open to visitors on Thursdays and Sundays but we hope the website will give you a flavour of its wonder
and its history.
We are not holding live services due to the lockdown. Instead, the parish will be holding Zoom communion services at 9:00 am together with online services each Sunday.
If you follow this link you will find all the services available.
Supporting the Chapel
As we continue to minister during these challenging times, we need your help now more than ever. If you are able to please consider making a donation to the mission and ministry of the Chapel, click here to make a one-off donation.
Services at the Chapel
Because of the national lockdown, all services at the Chapel have been suspended.
Events and Quiet Days
Events and Quiet Days at the Chapel are suspended until further notice. Until then, why not take an Awareness Walk around the Chapel with Rev Brigid Main.
For answers to the many questions
we get about visiting the chapel
How to find us
Details of how to find the Chapel
and things you should know before you arrive.
Our history starts nearly 1400 years ago when Cedd arrived in what we now call Essex.
All the information you need to contact
the Chaplain and find out what’s going on
at the Chapel.
The Bradwell Pilgrimage is held on the first Saturday in July.
Due to the Coronavirus the Pilgrimage has been postponed until July 2021.
Views of the Chapel
Some views of the Chapel, both inside and out.
We are committed to safeguarding children, young people, victims/perpetrators of domestic abuse and vulnerable adults.
The PCC has adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found
on the Church of England’s website https://www.churchofengland.org/more/safeguarding
Our parish safeguarding officer is Clayton Ford who may be contacted at church or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org